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|... 4.3% this year (from 3.6% its predicted in December 2020) and 4.4% in 2022 (from 3.3%). Although still in contraction, Eurozone GDP growth has improved to negative 1.3% in the year to the March 2021 quarter from negative 4.7% in the previous quarter. ...|
|... beats the US's 0.4% GDP expansion over the same one-year period, and far and away from economic contractions in the Eurozone (-1.8%), Japan (-1.8), and the United Kingdom (-6.1%). There'll always be dissenters but, for me, the Morrison government ...|
|... to a record high reading with both the manufacturing and services sectors soaring to their highest readings ever. The Eurozone Composite Output Index jumped to a 39-month high with the services sector up to its highest reading in 39 months and while ...|
|The Eurozone is back - back in recession, that is, dragged down into a double-dip by the coronavirus -- its resurgence (third time unlucky), its variants and the slow pace of vaccinations. Preliminary estimates released by Eurostat show the single-currency ...|
|... the manufacturing (60.6) and services sectors (63.1) ramping up to their highest levels on record. The IHS Markit flash Eurozone Composite PMI increased to a nine-month high reading of 53.7 in April (from 53.2 in March). The region's manufacturing ...|
|Just like the myth of Europa, Eurozone equities are riding on the back of a bull. Eurozone equities soared to their highest levels in 13 years. The VStoxx index - the Eurozone's fear gauge dropped to 13-month lows. Lucky 13. The Euro Stoxx-50 index ...|
|... "Interim Outlook Forecasts" has Japan's GDP growing by 2.7% this year. This compares with 6.5% for the US; 3.9% for the Eurozone; and 5.1% for the UK.|
|... derived from the flash estimates of the IHS Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) surveys conducted for the US, the Eurozone, the UK and Japan. The PMI is based on monthly surveys of carefully selected companies, using the same methodology in all ...|
|It's not what the European Central Bank (ECB) did at its March governing council meeting - keeping monetary policy settings unchanged - but its PEPP (pandemic emergency purchase programme) talk that sent the Euro Stoxx-50 index on the up and up. ...|
|... with the US' -3.5%. It's not only against the US but the Australian economy has receded less than its peers. Eurozone GDP dropped by 6.8% in 2020; the UK by 9.9% and Japan by 4.8%. Not only has the domestic economy shrunk by less but the OECD ...|
Franklin Templeton Investments is winding up its retail Australian Equity Fund, as asset growth lags.
Financial advisers' appetite for exchange-traded funds has more than doubled since the global pandemic hit as new trading data shows that index funds are providing better means of diversification.
The Association of Financial Advisers has slammed the Labor Party's attack on financial advisers, which paints the profession as dodgy and continues to rip-off consumers.
The industry superannuation fund has hired from Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund as it continues its hiring spree for the internal investment team.
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